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Re: Versioning external source

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-24 15:53:51 CEST

On Aug 23, 2006, at 21:51, Michael Schall wrote:

> I am using subversion for my own source code and things are working
> great. However, we use several code libraries as source with a few
> minor tweaks. We store the source of the libraries in our subversion.

Yes, I do this too.

> Upgrading the libraries to current version is where my question comes
> in. In the end I would like to update the files that need to be
> updated, insert the new files, and delete the files no longer in the
> library.
> I have attempted to
> svn delete folder
> copy new files into folder
> svn add folder
> This gives a status of all files being replaced which will loose the
> history. I would like to have adds, modifies, and deletes. This
> should allow me to keep history of all the files and see the diffs
> between the two versions I have used.
> Any way of accomplishing this?

The svn_load_dirs.pl script makes upgrading to new versions very
easy. The script is in the Subversion source distribution. This
method is described in the book:



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